Hard-coded rating scale with Quod Libet

Bug #607555 reported by Philipp Specht on 2010-07-20
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Paul Kuliniewicz

Bug Description

As with Banshee and Amarok, setting ratings with QuodLibet doesn't work. While panflute gets the correct rating, clicking the stars doesn't change anything. Also, panflute doesn't honor quodlibet's number of ratings setting (see ~/.quodlibet/config). There's an easy workaround for the last one, though: Just set the number of ratings to 5, which seems to be what panflute expects.

Panflute Version: 0.6.2-0ubuntu0~lucid1
QuodLibet Version: 2.2.1-0~ppa1~lucid

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Paul Kuliniewicz (kuliniew) wrote :

The first part (setting ratings does nothing) is essentially the same bug as #576521: the applet doesn't give any indication when the player (there Amarok, here Quod Libet) doesn't provide a way to change a song's rating. This behavior has been fixed in the source repo: now when the player doesn't support changing the rating, the applet will ignore clicks on the rating stars, and indicate in the tool tip that it can't set the rating.

The second part (hard-coded number of stars) is a bug; I wasn't aware that was something that Quod Libet lets you configure the rating scale via a config file. That should be fixable.

tags: added: applet daemon quod-libet rating
Changed in panflute:
status: New → Confirmed
importance: Undecided → Low
assignee: nobody → Paul Kuliniewicz (kuliniew)
milestone: none → 0.7.0
summary: - Setting ratings with QuodLibet doesn't work
+ Hard-coded rating scale with Quod Libet
Changed in panflute:
status: Confirmed → In Progress
Changed in panflute:
status: In Progress → Fix Committed
Changed in panflute:
status: Fix Committed → Fix Released
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